NAME

timew - A command line time tracker.

SYNOPSIS

timew [--version|--help]
timew [<command> [<arg>...]]

DESCRIPTION

Timewarrior is a command line time tracker. It allows you to easily track your time and generate summary reports. This is a reference, not a tutorial. If you are looking for a tutorial, check the online documentation here:
https://timewarrior.net/docs/
When run without arguments or options, the default command is run, which indicates whether there is any active tracking, and if so, shows a summary, then exits with a code 0. If there is no active time tracking, exit code is 1.

OPTIONS

--version

Displays TimeWarrior version information

--help

Display TimeWarrior usage information

TIMEWARRIOR COMMANDS

Timewarrior supports many commands. Alphabetically:

timew-annotate(1)

Add annotation to intervals

timew-cancel(1)

Cancel time tracking

timew-config(1)

Get and set Timewarrior configuration

timew-continue(1)

Resume tracking of existing interval

timew-day(1)

Display day chart

timew-delete(1)

Delete intervals

timew-diagnostics(1)

Show diagnostic information

timew-export(1)

Export tracked time in JSON

timew-extensions(1)

List available extensions

timew-get(1)

Display DOM values

timew-help(1)

Display help

timew-join(1)

Join intervals

timew-lengthen(1)

Lengthen intervals

timew-modify(1)

Change start or end time of an interval

timew-month(1)

Display month chart

timew-move(1)

Change interval start-time

timew-report(1)

Run an extension report

timew-resize(1)

Set interval duration

timew-shorten(1)

Shorten intervals

timew-show(1)

Display configuration

timew-split(1)

Split intervals

timew-start(1)

Start time tracking

timew-stop(1)

Stop time tracking

timew-summary(1)

Display a time-tracking summary

timew-tag(1)

Add tags to intervals

timew-tags(1)

Display a list of tags

timew-track(1)

Add intervals to the database

timew-undo(1)

Undo Timewarrior commands

timew-untag(1)

Remove tags from intervals

timew-week(1)

Display week chart

MORE EXAMPLES

For examples please see the online documentation starting at <https://timewarrior.net/docs/>

Note that the online documentation can be more detailed and more current than this man page.

FILES

~/.timewarrior/timewarrior.cfg

User configuration file.

~/.timewarrior/data/YYYY-MM.data

Time tracking data files.

CREDITS & COPYRIGHTS

Copyright (C) 2015 - 2018 T. Lauf, P. Beckingham, F. Hernandez.
Timewarrior is distributed under the MIT license. See https://www.opensource.org/licenses/mit-license.php for more information.

FURTHER DOCUMENTATION

For more information regarding Timewarrior, see the following:

REPORTING BUGS

Bugs in Timewarrior may be reported to the issue-tracker at <https://github.com/GothenburgBitFactory/timewarrior/issues>

SEE ALSO

timew-config(7), timew-dates(7), timew-dom(7), timew-durations(7), timew-hints(7), timew-ranges(7)